Earl Sweatshirt DEATHWORLD Collection Released

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Earl Sweatshirt’s latest fashion project DEATHWORLD dropped today. Established logo motifs include a hanging spider and “DWFH” lettering. The “Feral Hands” collection appears to be seasonally split by two colorways: grey, black, white for cold weather pieces and orange, green, red for lighter tempatures. The Romulus Windbreaker is the highlight of the collection sporting reflective logos and tonal embroidery.

Full collection available on itsdeathworld.com.

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